Coalition infighting is jeopardising a consensus on the national energy guarantee by the states, according to ACT minister Shane Rattenbury

The ACT has warned it will be impossible to sign up to a deal when state energy ministers meet next Friday if jurisdictions only have 48 hours to consider the detail of the national energy guarantee.

The territory government in Canberra has been raising concerns about the design of the Turnbull government’s national energy guarantee for months, and has the power to scuttle the scheme because any changes to the national electricity market require a consensus.

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